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Hoegaarden (Beer)

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  • Hoegaarden Blanche

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    • 4 /5
    The Hoegaarden is a Belgian white beer which is one of the best known outside the Kingdom of Belgium
    Beer brewed with coriander and lemon zest for more taste and freshness
    Beer with aromas of orange peel, coriander and spices born under the Curaçao sun
    It has a beautiful pale yellow color,...
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  • Hoegaarden Blanche

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Appearance: Hoegaarden has a bright color with many golden.
    - Aroma: a blend of flavors and spices that give it a very distinctive odor. In this case we find coriander and bitter orange, hops addition (although not used in some witbier), resulting in notes of orange and a little...
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  • Hoegaarden

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    • 4 /5
    Hoegaarden Is the name of a brewery founded by Pierre Celis in the city of Hoegaarden, in Flanders, in 1966. After a fire in 1988, the brewery was bought by InBev, which was located in nearby Leuven. Pierre Celis then moved to the United States, where he founded the Celis Brewery in Austin,...
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  • Hoegaarden Blanche

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    • 4 /5
    Style: Wheat. Taste: A yeast with good body and good refreshing! Classic flavor of wheat beers accompanied by a touch of bitterness that becomes present at the end. Color: Gold. Foam: When pouring causes lot but disappears quickly
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  • Hoegaarden Blanche

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    • 4 /5
    Belgian Beer 4. 9 º, maletada made from barley and wheat. Pale yellow, turbid medium and generous foam as befits wheat beers. Aromas of yeast and wheat. It is used for processing spices, coriander and curacao orange peel. It's a beer with yeasty, good body, very refreshing. If you like beer with...
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